Zeta Beta Tau will suspend operations at Columbia until the fall of 2015, The Lion reported Tuesday afternoon.
There’s a lot we don’t know about why the fraternity Zeta Beta Tau lost its brownstone on 113th Street las
Administrators determined that this celebration constituted an unregistered party, and was thus a violation of ZBT's social probation following a hazing incident.
In an interview Wednesday, the deans talked about the brownstone review procedure, new oversight mechanisms for special interest communities, and the reasoning that limits Alpha Chi Omega to two Barnard residents in its brownstone
In 2010, three fraternities lost their brownstones on 114th Street after Operation Ivy League. This fall, the Brownstone Review Committee will evaluate 13 groups that applied for the open brownstones.
Innovation should have its own space at Columbia.
Columbia's Brownstone Committee should be more reflective of the student body.
Three years after the group's founding, its brownstone has become the physical nexus of the eco-conscious community at Columbia.
A brownstone at 548 W. 113th St. will be included in the 2010 room selection process in March—the first time a brownstone will be included in the housing lottery. The option will be offered to undergraduate students due to the need to accommodate increasing class sizes.
Members of the Zeta Psi fraternity, who had their brownstone revoked this summer for housing policy violations, claim they have received an undeserved punishment due to the vested interests of members of the Greek Judicial Board and Columbia University’s recent focus on cracking down on partying.
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